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Dec 6, 2012 11:35pm EST
done. >> reporter: fbi special agent jolie goeden interviewed keyes over a period of months, sitting in the same room with a man she now believes to be a real life monster. >> very meticulous. very organized. he definitely planned everything he did. >> reporter: keyes traveled the country from alaska to vermont, looking for people to kill, totally at random. and funding his crimes by robbing banks. the fbi has now retraced his steps. a long list of dates and locations since 2001, when they believe he may have killed repeatedly. they so far have eight confirmed murders and rapes, including a couple in essex, vermont, four in washington state and one more on the east coast with a body hidden in new york. and he told agents something they'd never heard before. that he left kill kits or caches, buried in several states, filled with everything he'd need to commit a murder. they were in waterproof containers and included guns and different things he could use to dispose of bodies. his strategy, to grab people in remote locations, like parks, campgrounds, even cemeteries. >> every
Dec 12, 2012 11:35pm PST
able to do that, it makes pulling that trigger so much easier. >> reporter: veteran fbi profiler mary ellen o'toole says the triggers for such random violence are not black and white. >> these shooters -- yes, can they have mental health issues? absolutely. but is the reason they're carrying out these crimes because they are mentally ill? i would say no. it's important to make that distinction because most people who are seriously mentally ill are far less violent than the general population. >> reporter: and you had never known him to want to hurt anyone? >> never. never. he never would hurt anybody. i mean, the only way that he would ever get him to be physically physical with you is if you're tickling him. >> reporter: today, the woman who raised roberts released this picture of the once happy little boy, who police say somewhere along the way turned from happy go lucky to dangerous and unpredictable. a family friend read a statement. >> she has no understanding or explanation for her son's behavior. she's very sad and wants everyone to know she is so sorry what jake did and i
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